Wednesday, March 07, 2007

INSIDE THE JURY ROOM


WHAT THE JURY THOUGHT, DAY BY DAY, WITNESS BY WITNESS, AT THE SCOOTER LIBBY TRIAL
By Denis Collins, Juror #9

I. Deliberation Day

"This is a case about memory, about recollections and about words." We've heard from the fighting Irishman and weeping Wells, a gaggle of Pulitzer Prize winners, and some of the best and brightest from the CIA, State Department, FBI and office of the Vice President. The Honorable Reggie Walton has just provided us final instructions.

Deliberations in the case of the United States vs. I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby in District Court for the District of Columbia are ready to commence, when one of the jurors offers an unsolicited statement regarding the solemn task before us.

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2 comments:

Bubby said...

This juror cracked me up. If he would have given some thought before he so brazenly approached the reporters he would have said, "That's Denis with one N", instead he says "That's Collins with one N." Who in the hell spells Collins with 2 N's???? I also think the jurors should have been gagged until the Plame civil trial is over.

S-Q said...

Hi Bubby!

Good to see you here!!

Yeah, that's funny and I wonder why he did that? LOL Maybe he was just nervous?

I agree...they should have been gagged!